Category:Quantitative psychology

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Quantitative psychology is:

the study of methods and techniques for the measurement of human attributes, the statistical and mathematical modeling of psychological processes, the design of research studies, and the analysis of psychological data. Researchers in this area develop new methodologies and evaluate existing methodologies under particular conditions (e.g., with small samples).

— American Psychological Association's Dictionary of Psychology[1]

It includes the fields of:

It is also the basis of quantitative psychological research.

It does not include qualitative research, although both relate to collection and analysis of data.

  1. ^ "Quantitative psychology". APA Dictionary of Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. n.d. Retrieved 2022-02-10.


This category has the following 6 subcategories, out of 6 total.